|Vibra Health Plan Enhanced PPO|
|Primary Care Copay||In-network $5 | Out-of-network 30%|
|Specialist Copay||In-network $35 | Out-of-network 30%|
|Routine Vision Coverage||One eye exam per calendar year:
In-network $20 copay / Out-of-network 50% coinsurance.
|Eyeglass, Contacts & Frames Coverage||Plan provides coverage for contact lenses, eyeglass frames, and standard eyeglass lenses. Please refer to Summary of Benefits for details.|
|Hearing Coverage||In-network $0 / Out-of-network 50% coinsurance for routine hearing exam and hearing aid fitting evaluation ($300 allowance every 3 years for hearing aids).|
|Preferred Pharmacy Initial Coverage (tiered coverage 1/2/3/4/5/6)||$2 | $10 | $35 | $90 | 33% | $0|
|Standard Pharmacy Initial Coverage (tiered coverage 1/2/3/4/5/6)||$10 | $15 | $40 | $95 | 33% | $5|
|Gap Coverage||37% Generic Drugs / 25% Brand|
|Out-of-pocket Max||$6,700 In-network / $10,000 Combined|
|Enhanced Dental Coverage
Limit 2 Visit per Contract (Calendar) Year
|In-network $10 | Out-of-network 50% coinsurance
Visit Includes: Exam, Cleaning, 2 Bitewing X-Rays, Excludes Fluoride Treatments
Medicare-Covered Benefits: Physician Specialist Copay
In-network and Out-of-Network:
Wrap-Around: $2,000 Max Plan Allowance per Contract (Calendar) Year After:
50% Coinsurance Palliative Emergency Treatment
50% Coinsurance Amalgam and Composite Fillings
50% Coinsurance Simple Extractions
50% Coinsurance Endodontics
50% Coinsurance Major Restorative (Crowns, Inlays, Onlays)
50% Coinsurance Prosthodontics
For more details, please review the Summary of Benefits
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When you receive care covered by your benefit plan from a provider outside of our network, you are only responsible for paying your share of the cost, not the entire cost.
This information is not a complete description of benefits. Contact the plan for more information. Limitations, copayments, and restrictions may apply. Benefits, premiums and/or co-payments/co-insurance may change on January 1 of each year.
You must continue to pay your Medicare Part B premium.